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Hi my dear friends. Parents ,what do you think about physical punishments ? Do you use it in your upbringing??? What could you say about it??? The main thing I should say that physical punishments are not for me and my children. I have never used physical punishments and I am sure that I will have never use it!!! I think that physical punishments can just destroy psychic ability of our children, exactly thanks to physical punishments our children become to be depressed and more angry.
I have a child and sometimes she can misbehave, but I don't think that physical ounishment is good. I think that it wouldn't help and I don't want to beat my child. Sometimes I can slap my child but not very hard, slightly, when I'm very angry, but I understand that it is not my child's fault, but mine and I try to turn my child's attention to something interressting and she stops crying.
I'm absolutely against physical punishments. I think they have a bad influence on child's mental health. And how can we hurt someone who is littler than we, weaker than we? No, I don't understand behavior like this. Also I'm not sure that physical punishments are good way of education. It's better to do it in words.
Hi everybody and everyone.. I am not experienced father and to be honest I have never gsd such situations when I had to make some physical punishments.. My child is really small now and I didn't do it. Besides I know many parents who exactly use such methods in their upbringing and I think that it is just something horrible.. Especially for children.. I respect those guys who try to offend to bite or to clap their children.. It is really cruel, there are really more types of punishment you can use. But not exactly physical punishments I am exactly against it
I think that many of you will support me in my opinion... I am against physical punishments because I am sure that it will not lead to some positive results or so on. Responsible and good parents never use physical punishments in their upbringing as methods. It is important to know that maybe forbidding some actions, I mean computer or TV watching would be rather better than physical upbringing. But I can not state because everyone has their own methods in upbringing. Physical punishments can cause problems with your baby and you can bring up your baby as a cruel person.
Physical punishment is never a good disciplinary measure. Every dad, of course, will have relatives and friends who do not think like you and try to convey that you give slack, hence all the resulting problems. You have heard Navenyaka from mothers on the playground many times: "I spanked him properly, and he stopped doing it." They do not lie! Very often, after physical punishment, the child no longer repeats the offense for which he flew. But did parents, supporters of physical punishment think, what changes occurred in the child's thoughts, feelings and behavior? Probably not! And there is a change: the child will quickly learn to be afraid not of what can not be done, but YOU.
I think that learning to be afraid of us, children begin to feel dislike to us first, and then hatred. Over time, the child begins to expect hostility from everyone who loves him, a lack of confidence in people is forming. Relation to the world as a hostile environment persists in the adult state, and is often the reason for appealing to psychologists.The third reason not to spank children is that slaps often cause a completely opposite result than the one we are trying to achieve: they only strengthen the child's incorrect behavior and do not change it at all. The child begins to think that it is worth, perhaps, sometimes get a slap in the face for the pleasure of annoying parents. In addition, he waits for punishment and wants to get it just for the sake of clearing his conscience: he's done it, he's screwed up, you have to pay.
While punishment is only one part of instilling discipline in a growing child, it's an important part. Knowing how to punish a misbehaving child effectively is crucial for raising a mature, productive adult. A child who never learns the difference between right and wrong may have academic, professional, and even psychological difficulties later in life, so it's never too early to start thinking about a fair (but effective) punishment strategy for your child. Be consistent. This may perhaps be the single most important thing to remember when disciplining a child. Your child can't learn the rules if the rules are always changing. Consistency is crucial both for getting your child to behave and for getting your child to learn which sorts of behaviors are acceptable and which aren't. Punishing a child inconsistently or allowing the child to weasel out of punishments teaches them that it's sometimes (or always) OK to behave badly.
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